Richard Cezar writes fiction based on his own personal military experiences and those of his friends. In 1965 he was trained as a military policeman and sent to South Korea. After leaving the military, he became a mechanical engineer. Several years later became the vice president of a multinational corporation. He had the opportunity to visit Asia and Europe, and was fascinated with diverse cultures. His lust for adventure, and an insatiable desire for meaning, caused him to start writing.
An MP's life in Korean takes place in the mid-1960s, and is told by the soldier himself, Richard Cezar. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Donalie B.
The book gave me much more than expected. I expected, and got, a soldier's story. But in addition found a cops and criminal story, Cold War spy intrigue and steamy romance. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hugh J. Dunbar